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turf

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narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns

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German writer of novels and poetry and plays (born 1927)

bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle

shoot down, of birds

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spread out clothes on the grass to let it dry and bleach

cover with grass

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feed with grass

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The two-megawatt biomass generator will be the first of its kind to be fuelled on elephant grass.
Embrapa (the Brazilian Agriculture and Livestock Research Company) and Matsuda (a company with considerable expertise in seeds and plant genetics) have developed Elephant Grass to a point where it is possible to achieve from 40 to 80 tonnes of dry mass per hectare, per year.
The BEACON initiative will help Welsh businesses develop ways of converting crops such as rye grass, oats and elephant grass into pharmaceuticals, chemicals, fuels and cosmetics.
In recent years, operating as the Wales Biomass Centre, Llysdinam became the leader in the introduction of energy crops to the Welsh environment such as elephant grass, reed canary grass and giant reed.
Their work - called Where The Wild Things Were - is formed by a series of eight metre-high etched stainless steel and composite blades which sway in the wind and evoke the Elephant Grass found in Africa and Asia, an example of the exotic from far-off lands which Salford Quays helped to bring to Manchester.
Furthermore, our agronomists are very familiar with switchgrass, miscanthus, Arundo Donax, sugarcane, bana and elephant grass.
Bio-coal briquette using elephant grass is very effective.
Topics of the many short communications abstracted here include the ruminal metabolism of soluble rapeseed meal protein in vitro, the adaptation of hepatic glucose uptake and metabolism in growing lambs fed diets unbalanced in energy and nitrogen, and a simulated model of dairy heifer growth and time to mating weight when fed nothing but elephant grass.
The main objective of this paper was an Elephant grass fibre(Scientific name: Pennisetum purpureum), is identified as potential reinforcement for making composites.
While serving with the 4th Infantry Division in 1970, he was wounded in the right leg by a punji stake while making his way through high elephant grass in the Vietnam Central Highlands.
The 25MW renewable energy plant would produce power by burning a combination of recycled wood, forestry residue and specially grown crops such as willow and elephant grass.
Next stop was the Spice Village, an equally adorable hotel, with a wonderful old bar and cottages built from split bamboo and roofed with elephant grass, next to the Periyar Wildlife Reserve.
Dr Slater said AWM had launched a range of projects helping businesses reduce carbon emissions and energy use such as the Eccleshall bio-mass plant, where farmers are creating energy out of elephant grass.
Breathtaking new technology will turn Tees-grown willow and elephant grass into energy to feed clean, green energy plants.